The E4S Alliance aims to create an adaptive smart electricity grid, and the new platform aims to modernize the energy grid by shifting it from a proprietary, closed-hardware architecture to an open, flexible, software-defined energy system.
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by Ken Silverstein | Nov 30, 2023
The United States is awash in natural gas, enabling it to meet future corporate demand — if regulators allow companies to build pipelines, according to a study.
by Ken Silverstein | Nov 28, 2023
NuScale Power Corp. has come to symbolize the dawning of a new energy era — the emergence of small modular reactors. However, the Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems and NuScale have mutually agreed to terminate the Carbon Free Power Project. Nuclear energy has...
by Amy Baxter | Nov 27, 2023
The 5 megawatt project in Waynesboro is one of 12 solar facilities by Dimension under the state’s shared solar program.
by Amy Baxter | Nov 17, 2023
The software works with existing assets with the aim of accelerating carbon reduction targets and meeting energy demand.
by Amy Baxter | Nov 9, 2023
The region’s wealth of high-quality renewables, oil and gas, as well as critical minerals, position it as a potential leader in global energy security.
by Sydney Leimbach | Nov 8, 2023
The VPP offering can be integrated into utilities’ existing supervisory control and data acquisition platforms, providing forecasts of energy demand and generation, the companies say.
by Ken Silverstein | Nov 2, 2023
The annual evaluation of the utility sector illustrates executives’ concerns over grid modernization and its effect on the energy transition and decarbonization.
by Sydney Leimbach | Oct 31, 2023
The investment will go to building three interregional transmission lines, adding 3.5 gigawatts of grid capacity.
by Sydney Leimbach | Oct 27, 2023
Due to increased demand for electricity, major U.S. power plants require private investment in significant transmission upgrades.